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muSic of vivaldi, hindemith, muSSorgSky Friday & Saturday, February 7 & 8, 2020 dell hall, 8:00 p.m. Jessica mathaes, violin n Stephanie busing, visual artist n peter bay, conductor picture this… majestic trees, bursts of fall colors, crisp cool air, and the sounds of antonio vivaldi’s “autumn” and “winter” from The Four Seasons… isn’t it, perfect?! aSo concertmaster Jessica mathaes takes center stage for vivaldi’s popular work, followed by Mathis der Maler, a symphony by paul hindemith. moving indoors, we discover modest mussorgsky’s crowning achievement, Pictures at an Exhibition, full of picturesque motifs inspired by an art exhibition. Still want more? how about enjoying activities like playing on instruments provided by our friends at Strait music, concert conversations with bob buckalew, and capturing a memory in front of our new photo wall?

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rAiders of the Lost Ark film with orcheStra Saturday, February 22, 2020 dell hall, 8:00 p.m. n peter bay, conductor the film that gave the world one of its greatest movie heroes, indiana Jones, is back and better than ever before! relive the magic on the silver screen with the original great adventure and another legendary film score by John williams, performed live-to-picture by your austin Symphony orchestra! don’t miss this beloved film, live on the projected screen like you have never seen before! Still want more? how about texting with aSo staff and musicians using #aso109, and capturing a memory in front of our new photo wall? feeling peckish? our friends at Spectrum catering will be offering meal options.

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th e au Sti n Sym ph o ny o r c h e Stra Jam e S c. ar m Str o n g yo uth e d u cati o n e n d owm e nt participating schools. in 2019–20, the aSo has received a fifth year of funding from the nea to continue our connecting with music initiative in partnership with aiSd. this is a semester long thematic, interdisciplinary learning initiative around the concert repertoire. at the culmination of the project, students share original works based on the theme. youth p rogra m S

n„ Sarah & ernest Butler texas Young composers competition & concert a statewide competition for young texas composers; selected compositions are featured in an aSo concert at the long center’s dell hall. Sch ool p r ogr am S— curricu lu m-b aSed

n„ Building Blocks of the orchestra aSo musicians introduce instruments of the orchestra and elements of music to students in grades k–3: performances and demonstrations provided by aSo String Quartet, woodwind Quintet, brass Quintet, percussion, and harp. n„ Young People’s concerts (YPc) full-orchestra concert for students grades 4 to 6 from aiSd, round rock iSd, other area districts, and private schools. during the concert live images of the musicians are projected on a screen behind the orchestra along with images related to the concert theme. learning resources are created in collaboration with aiSd teachers and distributed to attending schools. the program is interdisciplinary, connecting music with other subject areas and disciplines. the theme for 2019–20 is “artistic intent.”

n„ halloween children’s concert an engaging and entertaining music concert that is suitable for kids 2–10 years of age. n„ austin Youth orchestra Partnership features master classes, Sectionals, Side-by-Side, and chamber music coaching n„ Musical Mosaics, austin Symphony orchestra chamber Music Series aSo chamber ensembles perform a series of themed concerts throughout the season at the central library, austin library branches, and austin recreation centers. concerts are held in february, June, and September.

n„ austin Symphony orchestra children’s Day art Park is a series of free interactive public concerts for families with children performed by aSo ensembles in collaboration with local guest artists at the central library, with n„ high School concerts additional performances at branch libraries. annual high School tour to five high the performances engage children as they schools by the full orchestra, serving enjoy a musical tale followed by activities. approximately 4,000 students; thematic and interdisciplinary in approach; the theme n„ Student Rush tickets for 2020 is “musical transcendence: 20 minutes prior to performance, tickets resisting oppression.” the high School are sold for $5.00 with current student id. concerts program features a side-by-side for band and orchestra students from Visit austinsymphony.org for details.


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“unforgettAble” MuSiC of nat & natalie Cole Friday & Saturday, May 29 & 30, 2020 Palmer events Center, 8:00 p.m. n Peter Bay, conductor Both nat “King” Cole and natalie Cole put their individual stamp on the jazz and pop music of their day, and won multiple Grammy® awards along the way. “unforgettable” celebrates nat’s 100th birthday, and honors this incredible father/daughter duo whose flexible musical style and undeniable talent continue to influence the best musicians of today. award-winning featured vocalists denzal Sinclaire and dee daniels—together with your austin Symphony orchestra—are sure to make this an “unforgettable” night for you! Bring your favorite food dish and enjoy this concert in a cabaret-style setting.

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b o a r d o f d i r e c t o r S & a S o S ta f f 2019–20 auStin Symphony orcheStra Society, inc. board of directorS

executive committee officers ernest butler, m.d., Chairman karen leeke, President Jim green, Executive VP Janice abrams, Secretary wendy lary, Asst. Secretary paul bancroft, Treasurer bill bingham, legal Counsel pamella bock, VP After-Concert Party kilyong natho, AVP After-Concert Party ron Jernigan, VP Budget/Finance marvin brittman, AVP Budget/Finance ben bentzin, AVP Budget/Finance doug hartman, AVP Budget/Finance Jim denholm, VP Business Gifts karl holtzman, AVP Business Gifts bob dewitt, VP Concert hospitality Jeanne hoisington, AVP Concert hospitality Jeani Smith, AVP Concert hospitality darren gibson, VP diversity/Comm. Engage Susan Salch, AVP diversity/Comm. Engage Susan douglas, VP Education

bruce grube, AVP Education tom Sellers, VP Endowment linda van bavel, AVP Endowment mary ann heller, AVP Endowment Jay Stewart, VP Govt. Affairs/State mary padgett, AVP Govt. Affairs/State lesley varghese, AVP Govt. Affairs/City anna Speir, VP individual Gifts marsha Staats, AVP individual Gifts bill Stutts, VP nominating Comm. paula damore, AVP nominating Comm. roger williamson, VP orch. hospitality Sherri davis, AVP orch. hospitality Steve wilson, VP Symphony Square executive committee ex-officio voting Members ernest butler, m.d., Endow. Advisory Chair Joe holt, Member-At-large tom neville, Member-At-large danny powell, Member-At-large karey oddo, WSl President Jene bearse, WSl President Elect michael baselice, Knights lord Chancellor Sylvia mayer, BATS President

Jonn cherico, Arbor Series Chair Board of Directors at-large John akin Joy authur kathleen bay lisa boice grace boner roger borgelt bob brooks bill buchholz Stephanie cagniart Jamie chandlee* adrianne clay wade cooper doug danforth exalton delco John fibiger karen gernstein elena goyanes Jennifer S. gravenor beth grimm claudette hartman alegria arce hibbetts* bill hopkins andrea horner robert huthnance lisa irvin michael Jarratt Steve kahng bill kemp lee kugle Jonathan lass lora livingston John mcfarlane rodney molitor alex pettitt* Jim prentice reagan reaud craig reid bill rice alan Sager anne Schwetman dr. Jonathan Sessler dr. eric tiblier eric venditti*

patrick watkins Jim whorton Sonia wilson marvin womack James wood* nancy young carlos zaffirini ex-officio voting Members dr. paul cruz, AiSd Superintendent dr. Steve flores, rriSd Superintendent ben heitner, BATS Past-President kurt moede, orchestra rep. dr. mary ellen poole, UT Butler School of Music non-voting Members anthony corroa, ASo Executive director peter bay, ASo Music director Directors emeritus fred addy pat harris ben morgan Sander Shapiro John youngblood, m.d. honorary advisory council dr. collette pierce burnette, huston–Tillotson Univ. dr. george martin, St. Edward’s Univ. mrs. custis wright *new member

aSo aDMiniStRative StaFF executive graham Sattinger, anthony J. corroa, Technical director Executive director alison mrowka, denice yeagin, Principal librarian Exec. Asst./Endowment/ Jessica alberthal, Facilities Assistant librarian Finance donna burch, Controller

Development yessenia zaragoza, marilyn willson, Patron Services & director of development Ticketing Manager walden hagelman, abigail Jackson, development Associate/ Patron Services & Major Gifts Administrative Associate

education Marketing Susan miville, Jason nicholson, director of Education & director of Marketing Community Engagement rachel Santorelli, artistic/Production frank Jenkins, Public relations & Sandra culhane, Community Engagement Guest Artist relations director of operations & Manager Manager orch. Personnel

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Maestro Peter Bay peter bay became music director and conductor of the austin Symphony orchestra in 1998. he is also conductor of the big Sky classical festival orchestra (mt). maestro bay has appeared with more than 80 different orchestras including the national, chicago, St. louis, houston, dallas, baltimore, new Jersey, north carolina, San antonio, tucson, west virginia, colorado, hawaii, Sarasota, fort worth, bochum (germany), carinthian (austria), lithuanian national, and ecuador national Symphonies, the minnesota and algarve (portugal) orchestras, the louisiana, buffalo, arizona, rhode island and boca del río (mexico) philharmonics, the Saint paul chamber orchestra, the eastman (Postcard from Morocco) and aspen (The Ballad of Baby doe) opera theaters, and the theater chamber players of the kennedy center. Summer music festival appearances have included aspen and music in the mountains (co), grant park and ravinia (il), round top (tX), ok mozart (ok) and Skaneateles (ny). in June 2018 he led performances of leonard bernstein’s Mass as part of the bernstein100austin celebration. peter is the primary conductor for ballet austin. for austin opera he has conducted A Streetcar named desire, la traviata, Turandot, The Marriage of Figaro, and la bohème. other positions held by bay have included music director of the erie philharmonic, annapolis Symphony orchestra, breckenridge music festival (co), britt festival orchestra (or), hot Springs music festival (ar), and posts with the rochester philharmonic orchestra. Saint paul chamber orchestra, and richmond Symphony. bay and the aSo with pianist anton nel released a critically acclaimed bridge cd of edward burlingame hill’s music. with the richmond Symphony he recorded the united States premiere of britten’s The Sword in the

Stone for opus one records, and with the rochester philharmonic orchestra voices, featuring the percussion ensemble neXuS. he is conductor for christopher cross’ Secret ladder album and hanan townshend’s soundtrack to the 2016 film, The Vessel. in 1994, he was one of two conductors selected to participate in the leonard bernstein american conductors program. he was the first prize winner of the 1980 baltimore Symphony orchestra young conductors competition and a prize winner of the 1987 leopold Stokowski competition sponsored by the american Symphony orchestra. in July 2012 he appeared in Solo Symphony, a choreographic work created for him by allison orr of forklift danceworks. he was inducted into the austin arts hall of fame in may 2016. peter is married to soprano mela Sarajane dailey and they have a son, colin.


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orion Weiss “weiss has both powerful technique and exceptional insight, and brought an almost sculptural presence and weight to the music.” – The Washington Post one of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of young american musicians, pianist orion weiss has performed with the major american orchestras, including the chicago Symphony, boston Symphony, los angeles philharmonic, and new york philharmonic. his deeply felt and exceptionally crafted performances go far beyond his technical mastery and have won him worldwide acclaim. with a warmth to his playing that reflects his personality, orion has performed with dozens of orchestras in north america and has dazzled audiences with his passionate, lush sound. during the 2019–20 season, weiss will perform with orchestras from austin to milwaukee, tour with both James ehnes and augustin hadelich, and in recital with his trademark exquisitely curated repertoire. recent seasons have seen weiss in performances for the lucerne festival, the denver friends of chamber music, the university of iowa, the chamber music Society of lincoln center, the kennedy center’s fortas Series, the 92nd Street y, and the broad Stage, and at aspen, bard, and grand teton summer festivals. other highlights of recent seasons include his third performance with the chicago Symphony, a performance of beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the Saint paul chamber orchestra, the release of his recording of christopher rouse’s Seeing, and recordings of the complete gershwin works for piano and orchestra with his longtime collaborators, the buffalo philharmonic and Joann falletta. named the Classical recording Foundation “young artist of the year” in September 2010, in the summer of 2011 weiss made his debut with the boston Symphony orchestra at tanglewood as a

last-minute replacement for leon fleisher. in recent seasons, he has also performed with the los angeles philharmonic, San francisco Symphony, philadelphia orchestra, pittsburgh Symphony, toronto Symphony orchestra, national arts centre orchestra, and orpheus chamber orchestra, and in duo summer concerts with the new york philharmonic at both lincoln center and the bravo! vail valley festival. in 2005, he toured israel with the israel philharmonic orchestra conducted by itzhak perlman. also known for his affinity and enthusiasm for chamber music, weiss performs regularly with the violinists augustin hadelich, william hagen, benjamin beilman, James ehnes, and arnaud Sussman; the pianist Shai wosner; the cellist Julie albers; and the ariel, parker, and pacifica Quartets. as a recitalist and chamber musician, weiss has appeared across the united States at venues and festivals including lincoln center, the ravinia festival, Sheldon concert hall, the Seattle chamber music festival, la Jolla music Society Summerfest, chamber music northwest, the bard music festival, the bridgehampton chamber music festival, the kennedy center, and Spivey hall. he won the 2005 william petschek recital award at Juilliard, and made his new york recital debut at alice tully hall that april. also in 2005 he made his european debut in a recital at the musée du louvre in paris. weiss’s impressive list of awards includes the gilmore young artist award, an avery fisher career grant, the gina bachauer Scholarship at the Juilliard School and the mieczyslaw munz Scholarship. a native of lyndhurst, ohio, weiss attended the cleveland institute of music, where he studied with paul Schenly, daniel Shapiro, Sergei babayan, kathryn brown, and edith reed. in 2004, he graduated from the Juilliard Download School, where Connect: he studied with the app: emanuel ax. Download the app:

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Au sti n sym ph o ny o r c h e strA o r c h e St r a p e r S o n n e l PeteR BaY, Music Director/conductor The Joe r. & Teresa l. long Conductor Chair violin i Jessica mathaes, Concertmaster The dr. & Mrs. Ernest C. Butler Concertmaster Chair patrice calixte, Associate Concertmaster The roy E. & linda S. Bush Associate Concertmaster Chair molly emerman, Assistant Concertmaster The Jeff & Gail Kodosky Assistant Concertmaster Chair paula bird, First Violin iV The Frank & louise Carpenter First Violin iV Chair robin a. burwell, First Violin V The Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. natho, Jr. First Violin V Chair bruce colson, First Violin Vi The drs. linda G. & James A. Prentice First Violin Vi Chair ashley cooper, First Violin Vii The reagan reaud First Violin Vii Chair david denizon, First Violin Viii The Carlotta Jan newsum First Violin Viii Chair eugene gratovich eun-mi lee, First Violin iX The Edythe & Aaron Kruger Memorial First Violin iX Chair changming li esther Sanders karen Stiles Sophie verhaeghe megan zapfe violin ii richard kilmer, Principal The Fred C. & Estelle Morse Principal Second Violin Chair Shana bey, Second Violin ii The lewis Meriwether hamby Second Violin ii Chair helen cooper, Second Violin iii The Pamella & david Bock Second Violin iii Chair Joan ely carlson ayako gamo elizabeth Stoppels girko Steven hakel haeni lee caleb polashek tracy Seeger georgeann dubell Shockley Joseph d. Smith Sha zhu viola bruce williams, Principal The Aneta S. Mitchell Trust Principal Viola Chair blake turner, Assistant Principal The Suzanne & John McFarlane Assistant Principal Viola Chair ames asbell, Viola ii The James C. Armstrong Viola ii Chair Stephen J. buckles, Viola iii The Barbara harris PolomĂŠ Memorial Chair martha carapetyan, Viola iV The drs. Glenn & Marsha Staats Viola iV Chair eugĂŠnie edmonds lana harris emma martin alexander Smith

eve tang Jill van gee cello douglas harvey, Principal The Sam & Sonia Wilson Principal Cello Chair anna park, Assistant Principal matthew armbruster, Cello ii The Steve A. Wilson & Family Cello ii Chair carolyn blubaugh-hagler, Cello iii The Sharon E. Wilson Cello iii Chair erna rumney buckles, Cello iV The Thomas & Karen Vaughn Cello iV Chair margaret coltman, Cello V The Martin S. Kermacy Cello V Chair matthew gustafson frank Jenkins, Cello Vi The Cynthia M. & Scott E. Wilson Cello Vi Chair Sara nelson, Cello Vii The Sterling Wilson Family Cello Vii Chair charles prewitt, Cello Viii The S & S Wilson Grandchildren Cello Viii Chair muriel beth Sanders, Cello iX Jonathan l. Sessler, Ph.d. Cello iX Chair Double Bass Jonathan rouse, Principal The dr. Giles & Margie Andrews Principal double Bass Chair david dawson Cornelia Adams Foster Wood double Bass ii Chair paul determan The Wendy & Trey lary double Bass iii Chair Scott davis christopher flores bebo Shiu p. kellach waddle Flute rebecca garfield, Principal The Wolf & Janet Jessen Principal Flute Chair rachel lopez, Flute ii/Piccolo i The Edgar & Patricia harris Flute ii Chair esther fredrickson, Flute iii/Piccolo ii The Sherrill Family Foundation Flute iii & Piccolo Chair oboe Julianne webner, Principal The Eva & Marvin Womack Principal oboe Chair ian davidson, Associate Principal/English horn The Kuglen Foundation Associate Principal oboe/English horn Chair Stanley chyi, oboe iii The Mr. & Mrs. loren F. Kahle, Jr. oboe iii Chair clarinet Stephen girko, Principal The Phil & ruth Kohlhaas Principal Clarinet Chair hilary Scop, Clarinet ii The Ward & Victoria Cheney Clarinet ii Chair andrew leonard, Clarinet iii & Bass Clarinet The Fruchter Family Clarinet iii & Bass Clarinet Chair

Bassoon william d. lewis, Principal The Mr. & Mrs. William T. Gunn, iii Principal Bassoon Chair daris word hale, Bassoon ii The neal & ida Weaver Bassoon ii Chair daniel chrisman, Bassoon iii & Contrabassoon The Joseph & Charlene Trochta Contrabassoon Chair French horn thomas hale, Principal The Mary & Fred C. Morse, Jr. Principal French horn Chair kurt moede, Associate Principal The Mr. & Mrs. howard W. Parker Associate Principal French horn Chair ed tschoepe, French horn ii The Grace & Charles Bonner French horn ii Chair [open position], French horn iV The Barbara & John Fibiger French horn iV Chair trumpet robert cannon, Principal The Sally lipscomb Bybee Principal Trumpet Chair kyle koronka, Trumpet ii The Katherine & Philip Patman Trumpet ii Chair timothy Shaffer, Trumpet iii The Martin S. Kermacy Trumpet iii Chair trombone brenda Sansig Salas, Principal The Mr. & Mrs. Kevin B. rollins Principal Trombone Chair r. ben osborne, Trombone ii The Judith & Charles n. renneker Trombone ii Chair J. philip arno, Bass Trombone The dr. & Mrs. Craig C. Kuglen Bass Trombone Chair tuba Steven c. curtis, Principal The William & Bettye nowlin Principal Tuba Chair timpani tony edwards, Principal The lee & Pauline Kirkwood Principal Timpani Chair Percussion genaro gonzalez, Principal The Margaret & doug danforth Principal Percussion Chair richard w. berkley, Percussion ii The Wendi & Brian Kushner Percussion ii Chair blake taylor, Percussion iii The Mr. & Mrs. robert l. renneker Percussion iii Chair harp elaine barber, Principal The Elizabeth Willis Principal harp Chair Piano/celesta alex maynegre-torra, Principal The Joan King holtzman Principal Keyboard Chair library alison mrowka, Principal librarian Jessica alberthal, Assistant librarian


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Johannes Brahms (1833–1897) arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951)

piano Quartet in g minor, op. 25 (arranged for orchestra by arnold Schoenberg) (approx. 40 minutes) all three of brahms’s piano quartets date from the period 1857–61 when he was just starting on the artistic career path that would eventually see him as the standard bearer for the proponents of musical classicism. he was in his turbulent twenties, overwhelmed by his infatuations with clara Schumann and, later, agathe von Siebold. although robert Schumann, brahms’s idol at the time, had hailed him as a “young eagle,” his instrumental works, especially the d-minor piano concerto, received a rather cool reception from the public. the g-minor Quartet was premiered in 1861 with clara Schumann at the piano. in 1934, arnold Schoenberg escaped from nazi germany to settle in los angeles. conductor otto klemperer, determined to help the family financially, tried unsuccessfully to get Schoenberg’s original compositions performed. he had better luck with Schoenberg’s transcriptions of works by other composers, including a performance of the concerto for String Quartet and orchestra, based on a handel concerto grosso. he commissioned the composer to prepare an orchestral transcription of the brahms piano Quartet in g minor, premiering it with the los angeles philharmonic in may 1938. while Schoenberg changed none of the notes of brahms’ original score, he wanted the orchestration “…to remain strictly in the style of brahms and not to go farther than he himself would have gone if he lived today.” in the transcription, the brass is much

heavier than anything brahms had ever used; Schoenberg uses it and equally heavy percussion to re-enforce forte sections for the original four instruments. glockenspiel, xylophone, cymbals, trombone glissandi and divided strings were never part of brahms’ palette. the orchestration reflects such early Schoenberg compositions as the Gurre-lieder cantata. what is absent is the contrast brahms originally set up between the percussive piano and the legato strings. until the rousing final movement in “gypsy style,” the piece is emotionally intense almost to the point of melancholy. part of its passion comes from the outpouring of myriad musical ideas, unusual key changes, and the tendency to drift back into the minor mode even in the contrasting major themes. in brahms’ original, the first movement begins with a short motif for the piano, transformed three times to coalesce into a principal opening theme. (brahms later used this device in the opening of the fourth Symphony.) brahms originally called the second movement a “scherzo” but later changed it to “intermezzo.” it begins with a little rhythmic figure, which brahms uses for both

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Johannes brahms in the 1850s.

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scherzo and trio sections. it has an almost mysterious air about it but brightens up with the boisterous trio section. this movement is historically important because it represents brahms’s initial experiment with the transformation of the scherzo form (without standardized system of repeats) as it is used later in the symphonies. the flowing, romantic themes of the third movement contrast with a crisp march; but brahms’s harmonic treatment of both themes is tinged with melancholy deceptive cadences. the repeats allow for changes in texture both in the Quartet and the orchestration. the final rondo represents brahms’s initial creative response to the roma (gypsy) music imported by hungarian expatriates and popular at the time in hamburg, his native city. it is wild and flamboyant, the thumping main theme with its unusual three-bar phrases alternating with frenzied flights of fancy and every “gypsy” cliché in the book. Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943) piano concerto no. 3 in d minor, op. 30 (approx. 43 minutes) following the success of his Second piano concerto in 1901, Sergei rachmaninoff’s career took off and evolved successfully in three directions. he continued to compose, including his Symphony no. 2 in 1906–07, he traveled extensively both at home and in western europe as a virtuoso pianist, and he was a sought-after conductor. he tried to apportion his time evenly among the three. rachmaninoff composed the piano concerto no. 3 in 1909 for a long-planned first tour of the united States where he was going to be featured in the exhausting capacity of wearing all three hats. he was ambivalent about the tour and significantly pressed for time. he did not begin the concerto until June, taking with him a silent keyboard on which he practiced

assiduously during the crossing. the tour and the concerto were an artistic and financial success. and just as haydn had been wooed to make his permanent home in london after the success of his “Salomon,” or “london,” symphonies, both the boston and cincinnati Symphonies offered rachmaninoff their podiums. ironically, in 1917, he was forced into exile, his fortune confiscated and his estate demolished during the violence of the russian revolution. he continued to tour the united States, primarily as pianist, and with the imminence of war in europe in 1939, he eventually relocated with his family in beverly hills where he died. the concerto premiered on november 28, 1909 with the new york orchestra under walter damrosch and was repeated two months later with the new york philharmonic under gustav mahler. unfortunately, we know nothing of what transpired between these two giants. the concerto gained immediate and enduring popularity, especially with pianists. it requires immense stamina from the soloist, and it attests as much to the composer’s melodic inventiveness as to his outstanding pianistic abilities. the opening movement is particularly rich in thematic material with new ideas and moods introduced throughout. over the throbbing orchestra, the piano enters on the third measure with a sad melody in a narrow range, the melancholy mood prevailing throughout the elaborate development of the theme. the staccato second theme, introduced by the strings, is converted by the piano into a flowing lyrical, but dark, melody. the extremely long, written-out cadenza, takes nearly a third of the entire movement and is briefly joined halfway through first by a flute, then by the other woodwinds. finally, the opening theme returns and the movement concludes in a whisper. a languid theme on the oboe opens the intermezzo, followed with a variation by the orchestra and finally by the soloist. the orchestra and piano continue in numerous permutations and variations, including a


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faster and livelier waltz-like variation that brightens the mood towards the end of the movement. but the opening mood returns in the coda. the finale follows without interruption with a sudden shift in mood and an exuberant display of pianistic brilliance. the movement is episodic with contrasting

sections and, again, a wealth of themes and a broad romantic melody to announce the conclusion. program notes by: Joseph & elizabeth kahn wordpros@mindspring.com www.wordprosmusic.com

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rachmaninoff proofreading his piano concerto no. 3 at the ivanovka summer estate, 1910.

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th e au Sti n Sym ph o ny o r c h e Stra wi S h e S to than k th i S eve n i n g’S S po n S o r

texas Mutual is a proud supporter and business partner of the austin Symphony orchestra. the aSo is austin’s oldest performing arts group and a key component of the city’s acclaimed music scene. it’s an honor to be associated with an organization so embedded in the rich cultural tradition of this community. after all, austin isn’t just our headquarters, it’s our hometown, and we celebrate this city’s longstanding commitment to music, live performance and the arts. at texas mutual, we believe the arts are vital to the success of a forward-thinking community, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to stand with those who make austin a wonderful, entertaining and enlightening place to live.


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109th concert Season | 2019–20 peter bay, music director friday, January 10, 2020 Saturday, January 11, 2020 8:00 p.m. michael & Susan dell hall long center for the performing arts oRion WeiSS, piano PeteR BaY, conductor the fred and marilyn addy claSSical artiSt SerieS

“rach Star”

PRoGRaM JohanneS brahmS/ arnold Schoenberg

piano Quartet in g minor, op. 25 (arranged for orchestra by arnold Schoenberg) i. allegro ii. intermezzo iii. andante con moto iv. rondo alla zingarese inteRMiSSion

Sergei rachmaninoff

piano concerto no. 3 in d minor, op. 30 i. allegro ma non tanto ii. intermezzo: adagio iii. finale: alla breve

tonight’s performance will be broadcast on kmfa, 89.5 fm, Sunday, february 2, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., as part of kmfa’s broadcast series of austin Symphony orchestra concerts. “concert conversations” provided by bob buckalew. in consideration of the musicians and fellow patrons, late arrivals will Download the app: Connect: not be seated until a suitable pause in the music. the use of recording devices and cameras is not permitted in the concert hall. please turn off app: Connect: all cell phones and watch alarms for the duration ofDownload the theperformance. Download the app:

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the Symphony 2000 endowment fund campaign $1,000,000+ Sarah & ernest butler pops Series dr. & Mrs. Ernest C. Butler* fred & marilyn addy classical artist Series Mr. & Mrs. Frederick S. Addy James c. armstrong youth education endowment James C. Armstrong hartman foundation concerts in the park Series david & Claudette hartman Sarah & ernest butler texas young composers dr. & Mrs. Ernest C. Butler* competition & concert $500,000 conductor’s chair Joe r. & Teresa l. long $100,000–$499,999 the Jane Sibley presidential endowment dr. d. J. Sibley, Jr. Estate executive director chair Wolf & Janet Jessen Fund* associate conductor chair Women’s Symphony league of Austin concertmaster chair dr. & Mrs. Ernest C. Butler* youth education rGK Foundation youth education Women’s Symphony league of Austin* John & dixie paulos choral collaboration fund John & dixie Paulos general Support Brenda & larry Smith Jennifer bourianoff String education fund linda and George Bourianoff $50,000– $99,999 associate concertmaster chair roy E. & linda S. Bush* assistant concertmaster chair Jeff & Gail Kodosky* principal Second violin chair Fred C. & Estelle Morse principal viola chair Aneta S. Mitchell Trust* principal cello chair Sam & Sonia Wilson* principal double bass chair dr. Giles & Margie Andrews principal flute chair Wolf & Janet Jessen Fund* principal oboe chair Eva & Marvin Womack principal clarinet chair Phil & ruth Kohlhaas* principal bassoon chair Mr. & Mrs. William T. Gunn, iii principal french horn chair Mary & Fred C. Morse, Jr.* principal trumpet chair Sally lipscomb Bybee principal trombone chair Mr. & Mrs. Kevin B. rollins principal tuba chair William & Bettye nowlin principal timpani chair lee & Pauline Kirkwood principal percussion chair Margaret & doug danforth principal harp chair Sarah Biedenharn principal piano/keyboard chair Joan King holtzman* percussion fund: timpani linda & nick van Bavel general Support First State Bank* general Support dr. JoAnn James general Support Mary Caroline Pozorski $25,000– $30,000 first violin iv chair—Frank & louise Carpenter bassoon ii chair—neal & ida Weaver first violin v chair—Kilyong & Paul natho* contrabassoon chair—Joseph & Charlene Trochta first violin vi chair—drs. linda G. & James A. Prentice* associate principal french horn chair— first violin vii chair—reagan reaud Mr. & Mrs. howard W. Parker* first violin viii chair—Carlotta Jane newsum french horn ii chair—Grace & Charles Bonner first violin iX chair—Edythe & Aaron Kruger Memorial french horn iv chair—Barbara & John Fibiger Second violin ii chair—lewis Meriwether hamby trumpet ii chair—Katherine & Philip Patman Second violin chair iii—Pamella & david Bock trumpet iii chair—Martin S. Kermacy assistant principal viola chair—Suzanne & John McFarlane trombone ii chair—Judith & Charles n. renneker viola ii chair—James C. Armstrong* bass trombone chair—dr. & Mrs. Craig C. Kuglen viola iii chair—Barbara harris Polomé Memorial percussion ii chair—Wendi & Brian Kushner viola iv chair—drs. Glenn & Marsha Staats percussion iii chair—Mr. & Mrs. robert l. renneker cello ii chair—Steve A. Wilson & Family* percussion fund: bass drum— cello iii chair—Sharon E. Wilson* dr. Eric S. Tiblier & Susanne Tetzlaff cello iv chair—Thomas & Karen Vaughn* percussion fund: classic bells—Karen & Paul leeke cello v chair—Martin S. Kermacy percussion fund: Symphonic chimes—Steve & Maria cello vi chair—Cynthia M. & Scott E. Wilson Kahng cello vii chair—Sterling Wilson Family percussion fund: vibraphone—The Ben Bentzin Family cello viii chair—S & S Wilson Grandchildren percussion fund: Xylophone —The Brittman legacy Fund cello iX chair—Jonathan l. Sessler, Ph. d. the knights legacy fund—Knights of the Symphony and double bass ii chair—Cornelia Adams Foster Wood henry n Bell, iii and Pamela Bell double bass iii chair—Wendy & Trey lary youth education—Anonymous flute ii chair—Edgar & Patricia harris* youth education—Goyanes Family Foundation flute iii & piccolo chair—Sherrill Family Foundation general Support—Connie Britt associate principal oboe chair— Kuglen Foundation general Support—Araminta & Tom Sellers oboe iii /english horn chair—Mr. & Mrs. loren F. Kahle, Jr. general Support—Knights of the Symphony clarinet ii chair—Ward & Victoria Cheney general Support—Andre & halina Pradzynski clarinet iii & bass clarinet chair—Fruchter Family


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Shannon h. armstrong* american bank of commerce* austin community foundation—the Jordan fund* austin community foundation— emmett & Joyce Shelton fund* katherine knight baker* paul & clara bancroft rhoda & Stuart benson Sally lipscomb bybee* dr. Josie e. champion*

$10,000 –$24,999 the clarke family foundation eve everett fish estate c. dean & mollie davis Sandra & bill didlake Jo a. & billie Jo graves mr. & mrs. James d. green, Jr. peggy gunn education fund nicci harrison* van & Jeanne hoisington* dr. michael & marcie Jarratt melissa Jones

anita killen estate ronya & george kozmetsky* george parsons & Janet Strohmeyer potts & Sibley foundation* dr. alan & Susan Sager* barbara & leon a. Schmidt dr. & mrs. d. J. Sibley, Jr.* ms. custis wright* lola wright foundation

John h. akin* Surrenden hill angly/ hill country pools, inc. dr. & mrs. John blewett the charles bonner family John bustin memorial fund mina a. brees w. gray & patricia a. bryant ameilia bullock/bill krumpack malcolm & robin cooper mr. & mrs. george m. cowden* paula & Stuart damore margaret & doug danforth frances danforth estate* John & elaine darby bob & terrie dewitt

$3,000–$9,999 dr. & mrs. thomas friedman george & eva gayle gibbs* gratitude foundation dr. & mrs. l. d. greenway Jose & bertha guerra lena p. hickman estate* Joe & Sonja holt James & patty huffines mr. & mrs. burrell Johnston neal t. “buddy” & ginny Jones* mrs. J. r. kingsbery* mr. & mrs. donald kotrady lee m. kugle mr. & mrs. alex massad John & mary mcgovern tom & kerri neville

mrs. edmund l. pincoffs maria dewaal putter Joanne & Jerome ravel bill & bitsy rice rod c. roberts lorene l. rogers edward z. Safady* kirk & Jennifer Schell dr. & mrs. elwyn Speir Jay & Sherrie Stewart bill Stutts kathy tally linda butler van bavel water Street Seafood co. mr. & mrs. herschel J. wood, Jr.

dr. & mrs. david abrams richard & mary aldrich mr. & mrs. John r. alford, Jr. anonymous austin community foundation—austin Sesquicentennial fund* eric behrens carolyn biebas & donald patrick mr. & mrs. william h bingham kathy & Stephen bolner roger & mary ellen borgelt floyd b. bowen, Jr. mr. & mrs. melvin bryant richard burciaga Jo lynne burgh* dr. & mrs. howard burt Stephanie frederique cagniart dr. meria carstarphen Susan g. conway & John r. howell mr. & mrs. c. wade cooper ralph h. & beverly g. daugherty mr. & mrs. gary J. davis dr. exalton a. delco, Jr. Susan & david douglas Scott duff & lana harris debbie & Jim epperson dr. & mrs. robert a. ersek margaret lewis furse dr. & mrs. Joseph h. goldberger* Jim & ann gribble rachel & louis gwin andrew & mary ann heller drs. Jim & mary hensley James heuser

Gifts to $2,999 mr. & mrs. kurt b. heusner dr. & mrs. david m. himmelblau* mr. & mrs. buck hollister william e. hopkins robert t. huthnance the James k. ferguson foundation thomas l. Johnson charles & alicean kalteyer* mr. & mrs. william f. kemp diana & terry kendall* mr. michael b. kentor betty & bill king debbie & ken kitchen* Joan wright knaggs* wendi & brian kushner kate lacey Jonathan & Julie lass helen lea lora J. livingston gilbert m. & louise m. martinez Joseph n. matlock maxwell locke & ritter, llp carol d. mccann Shawn & valerie mckenzie laura merritt & John p. kloninger dr. robert d. mettlen ben & laree morgan dr. & mrs. n. d. moscoe, iii russell & cecilia neuhaus kristy ozmun & bill cryer mr. & mrs. edward padgett michael & kathleen polcari mr. & mrs. daniel b. powell, iii

kirk & cindy price family foundation vicki & Jim rado mr. & mrs. John reesing* thomas e. remp* ronney reynolds* pat & carol robertson charles & Jan roesslein mr. & mrs. bruce romig kenneth rygler & patricia brown Steve Samford robin & tom Segesta Sander & lottie Shapiro eric m. Shepperd mr. & mrs. michael l. Slack Jeani Sandefer Smith & col. John w. Smith, iii* thomas w. Snead mr. & mrs. phil Spertus mr. & mrs. george Strandtmann bob Strauser & terri Seales* Sharlene & John Strawbridge philip & rebecca Svahn carey gunn venditti patrick & misty watkins pete & tomi winstead Jim & frances woodrick carlos n. zaffirini, Jr. leslie & lupe zamarripa *Charter donor Download the app:

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these members of the Symphony family have pledged their support to the endowment fund or established special funds to assure the orchestra’s continued excellence for future generations. all those who pledge $10,000 or more over a five-year period will become members of Symphony 2000. beginning at the $25,000 level, funds are named in perpetuity. many Connect: programs of Download the app:or educational opportunities are available to endow chairs of the orchestra, endow concerts, guest artists the austin Symphony orchestra or establish legacies for honored individuals. please contact denice yeagin at the austin Symphony orchestra office, (512) 476-6064, for more information.

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Sibley encore Society in recognition of the unparalleled dedication of Jane and d. J. Sibley, Jr., the Sibley encore Society has been established. their unwavering support of the Symphony has been crucial to its growth and increased excellence. Jane’s outstanding leadership as president of the austin Symphony orchestra Society from 1971 to 1996 has resulted in the orchestra’s strong community backing and national recognition for its performances and programs. the Sibley encore Society recognizes those devoted friends of the austin Symphony orchestra who through their wills or other planned gifts help to perpetuate great music for future generations. the austin Symphony orchestra expresses its appreciation to those who have named the Symphony in their wills or established another form of planned gift. ~the moto perpetuo Society is a newly established club for loyal and generous donors who recognize the austin Symphony orchestra in their bequests or other long range charitable giving plans, at a level of $100,000 and above. fred & marilyn addy kathleen ford bay* mary cochran bohls george & linda bourianoff marietta moody brooks* roy e. & linda S. bush* roy J. cates* malcolm & robin cooper frances mueller danforth* ann & Jim downing malcolm & marilyn h. ferguson eve everett fish estate benjamin & dorothy fruchter darren g. gibson ~ col. ben i. gomez, ret. uSaf Jo a. & billie Jo graves bruce & kathryn grube ~ delno John grosenheider estate edgar & patricia harris* lena p. hickman estate*

dr. Jo ann James estate ronald c. Jernigan ~ lee gose Jones estate martin S. kermacy estate mrs. lee kirkwood karen e. landa mike buxtehude leburkien karen & paul leeke ~ Joe r. & teresa l. long* nancy mccoy mary mcfarlane* frank roberts miller aneta S. mitchell trust* ben & laree morgan kilyong & paul natho* carlotta newsum mr. & mrs. edward padgett michael pariente* halina & andre pradzynski* maria dewaal putter

Joanne ravel Sally S. rudd edward z. Safady* mabel Jean Schmer* araminta & tom Sellers ~ Sharon & robert Shoop peter Schram dr. d. J. Sibley, Jr.* karen Sonleitner col. John & kaye Squires ~ col. & mrs. Joseph f. trochta Sandy white p. roger williamson Sam & Sonia wilson* nancy J. h. wood* Joe & nancy young* John w. youngblood, m.d.* *Charter Member ~ Moto Perpetuo Society Member

YoUR encoRe… FoR the love oF MUSic—we invite you to help enrich lives with great music by remembering the austin Symphony orchestra in your will or estate plan. for information about making a bequest to the Symphony endowment fund, please contact denice yeagin at the austin Symphony orchestra office, (512) 476-6064.

cook-walden memorialS & tributeS** Memorials “django” peggy gunn Joan “JoJo” & wayne holtzman karen & burrell Johnston alicean & chuck kalteyer russell parker norma pugh Suzy lindeman Snyder carey gunn venditti “wSl members” donnie yeagin

tributes Jim arth – happy birthday aSo Jane Sibley buzzard feather Society ernest butler, m.d. ava carapetyan – happy 90th birthday

* * Since the 1880s, cook-walden funeral homes & cemeteries, a member of the dignity memorial network, has remained committed to families, providing compassionate, professional and personal service. and in a new partnership with the austin Symphony orchestra, cook-walden will match 1:1 every dollar donated to the aSo in 2019–20 in someone’s memory or honor, up to $2,000. all memorial and tribute donations and respective matches go towards the endowment fund.


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he austin Symphony orchestra Society invites you to join our family of supporters. the following categories of gifts to the aSo annual fund drive reflect a cross section of our community.

these donors are a special group of music lovers who know that the aSo is to be commended for its prudent financial management as well as for the outstanding performances offered but, also, that ticket sales cover less than one-half the cost of these performances. a gift to our development fund generously supports the gift of music to others. Join this special family now: call (512) 476-6064.

buSineSS partnerS (as of december 18, 2019) very special thanks to the Women’s Symphony league for its outstanding support. Symphony Society ($25,000+) city of austin/cultural arts division hartman foundation h-e-b h-e-b tournament of champions Jpmorgan chase & co. national endowment for the arts the rea charitable trust texas commission on the arts concerto ($15,000–$24,999) conocophillips dignity memorial: cook-walden & weed-corley-fish fifth age of man foundation hoisington investment group the kodosky foundation macy’s foundation mercedes-benz of austin Waltz ($10,000–$14,999) 3m abc home & commercial Services baker botts llp bancroft-clair foundation bank of america elizabeth l. & russell f. halberg foundation emerSon exxonmobil the kahle foundation murar foundation, inc. potts & Sibley foundation retailmenot Supercuts texas mutual insurance wells fargo advisors

Études ($100–$399) design positive richard l. clay – State farm insurance gay gillen travel, inc. ovenbird | austin wednesday morning music club

cantata ($7,500–$9,999) am technical Solutions applied materials foundation bbva frost watkins insurance group Sonata ($5,000–$7,499) cirrus logic ironbridge private wealth, llc Joni k. wallace, ddS Jackson walker, llp nordstrom plainscapital bank target whataburger intermezzo ($3,500–$4,999) cherry bekaert llp Minuet ($2,500–$3,499) independece title company the pacey family foundation the Sherrill family foundation Sonatina ($1,000–$2,499) barber foundation barron & newburger, p.c. capitol emergency associates felger family foundation habanero Software, llc

corporate Matching Funds apple applied materials at&t foundation bank of america boeing bp amoco foundation capital group chevrontexaco conocophillips dell emerson el paso corp exxonmobil freeport-mcmoran ge foundation google ibm intel Johnson & Johnson merrill lynch national instruments northern trust pfizer foundation prudential foundation Silicon labs texas instruments ubS united healthcare

Prélude ($400–$999) american bank of commerce casa montessori child development center niemann & heyer, llp Spring builders llc St. edward’s university today’s vision South towne Download the app: trinity consultants webber + Studio

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Au sti n sym ph o ny o r c h e strA th e a n n u a l f u n d in Kind anderson’s coffee company austin independent School district austin tree experts charles ball piano tuning & Service chuy’s tex mex crave artisan chocolates henna chevrolet hotel indigo/holiday inn express Jupiter band instruments kendra Scott

key Sprinkler co., inc. maudie’s tex mex maxwell locke & ritter panda productions performing arts programs, inc. precision oxygen and Supply primizie catering South congress hotel Strait music Stream realty/afiaa telephone concepts, inc. twin liquors westbank flower market

Media austin american-Statesman bright Social media marketing klru-pbS austin majic 95.5 Symphony Support organizations austin Symphony orchestra arbor Series batS (be at the Symphony) knights of the Symphony women’s Symphony league

individualS (as of december 18, 2019) a special thanks to Mary ann and andrew heller for gifting the down payment in 2001 for the Mary ann heller austin Symphony orchestra Building, which serves as our administrative office. Symphony Society ($25,000+) paul & clara bancroft david booth Sarah & ernest butler family fund mr. christopher h. cheever larry connelly mrs. claudette hartman andrew & mary ann heller isabel r. welland eva & marvin womack concerto ($15,000–$24,999) anonymous marvin brittman linda Stone bush lynne dobson & greg wooldridge van & Jeanne hoisington ronald c. Jernigan the kodosky foundation / Jeff & gail kodosky Waltz ($10,000–$14,999) annag rose chandler Jim & melanie denholm John fibiger ms. andrea horner mr. & mrs. loren f. kahle, Jr. mr. & mrs. paul d. leeke reagan & lauren reaud dr. Susan & alan Sager neil & nancy Schaffel araminta & tom Sellers mrs. d.J. Sibley, Jr. drs. glenn & marsha Staats thomas & karen vaughn

kenneth & beverly wickham dr. & mrs. douglas f. winker cantata ($7,500–$9,999) patrick & misty watkins Sonata ($5,000–$7,499) grace & charles bonner linda & george bourianoff mr. & mrs. andrew cruce marilyn t. gaddis, phd wm. david george, phd wendy george elena & everardo goyanes Jim & Jo green dr. chi-kao hsu margery & mack lindsey Sue a. morrison dr. Jonathan l. Sessler dr. kenneth & carolyn Shine brenda & larry Smith ms. barbara Snodgrass danny Snyder linda & nick van bavel dr. Joni k. wallace intermezzo ($3,500–$4,999) robert brooks & Jane Sutherland drs. robert & cheryl butler victoria cheney dr. & mrs. Stuart damore anne greenway & herb Schwetman nan hampton Joe & Sonja holt charles kalteyer mr. & mrs. donald kotrady

william & flora mccormick danny & Jill powell iii bill Stutts Susanne tetzlaff & eric S. tiblier Minuet ($2,500–$3,499) a friend dr. & mrs. david abrams philip anthony Susan baer, m.d. & david nicastro the ben bentzin family michelle berger, m.d. & dr. david tobey, Jr. pamella & david bock roger & mary ellen borgelt virginia & kenneth boyda Susan braden Julia & bill buchholz christine & avery buffington carl caricari & margaret murray-miller mr. & mrs. Jeffrey w. clarke Jerry & becky conn dr. richard & martha coons mrs. l. Scott curtis mr. & mrs. gary J. davis ronald t. deford Jan & paul diehl Susan & david douglas david a. & constance b. elko chris & carol elms mr. danny felps & ms. debbie lauderdale david & Susan gaddis eva gayle & george gibbs darren g. gibson bruce & kathryn grube


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mr. william t. gunn, iii douglas & Julie ann hartman dr. karl e. henion, ii don & georgia henrich Sherry & Jim horan dr. & mrs. gerald Jacknow dr. & mrs. michael Jarratt wendy & trey lary mr. bassett maguire Julia m. marsden austin community foundation, marion & george more drs. rodney & cathy nairn dr. & mrs. mark osman the pacey family foundation mr. & mrs. charles parker John & dixie paulos Steven & deeanne paulson dr. & mrs. James a. prentice drs. nell & dean Sanders the Sherrill family foundation Smith/ hawes family dr. & mrs. elwyn d. Speir beverly & eldon Sutton andrew w. teagle mr. eric venditti pat & dan vickers elisabeth & Steffen waltz cindy wilson mr. & mrs. Sam a. wilson Sharon e. wilson Steve & nancy wilson cornelia & John wood ms. custis wright mr. & mrs. Joe a. young Sonatina ($1,000–$2,499) two anonymous donors mr. & mrs. roger abel randy & ruth adams mr. John h. akin honorable James l. arth Joy authur & christopher cross Stephen barber Jim barnette tina & michael barrett kathleen & austin bay ms. anne beckner mr. & mrs. henry newton bell irit & hillel benavi leah billingsley & mark muller bill & carolyn bingham mary c. bohls conrad bohn richard boner & Susan pryor Jim & Jane bowen

ted & Jody hudson douglas bower & Shannon & mark hutcheson bonny gardner phd mr. & mrs. robert huthnance truman & ann breed admiral & mrs. b. r. inman constance c. britt nancy c. Jamail mr. & mrs. carl brugger Jacqueline m. Johnson Sylvia bulhon Joann & kenneth Johnson mrs. ross burgh mr. & mrs. william f. kemp howard & penny burt Spice kugle & Scott lougheed Jill carey & bill gurasich maylin ulacia & carlos lang dr. alan carsrud & Jonathan & Julie lass mr. danny babineaux mr. John m. lee adrianne J. clay dr. & mrs. bruce a. levy larry & fran collmann leon & mary long mr. & mrs. c. wade cooper dr. allan & barbara lundeen ann & don cooper paullette & frank macdougal malcolm & robin cooper bruce & Judy mackenzie mr. & mrs. anthony corroa John & Josie margaglione mr. & mrs. alan cox mrs. delores r. massad Jack & nina crier phil & Sue maxwell margaret & doug danforth holly & John mcdaniel cecilia neuhaus deaton & John & Suzanne mcfarlane william J. deaton, m.d. dr. kirk mcmanus dr. exalton & mrs. wilhelmina ms. patricia l. meador & delco mr. wade Shaw mr. & mrs. bob dewitt daniel & michelle michel raul e. diaz mr. & mrs. allen mincho lara enzor & kim golden mr. & mrs. rodney molitor dr. robert a. ersek dr. & mrs. boyd morgan dr. william & patricia evans austin community foundation – felger family foundation Jackson c. mouton, Jr. fund the fruchter family paul & kilyong natho mark & natalie fuselier karen m. neeley dr. & mrs. larry garner dr. david neubert karen & bill gernstein mark & misty nodine mr. & mrs. fred glosser mr. & mrs. philip f. o’neill rachel goggan the honorable & mrs. raymond floylee hemphill goldberger l. orbach mr. & mrs. alvin J. golden mr. & mrs. h. edward padgett, Jr. drs. waldo & lois gonzalez george parsons & Susan gregerson Janet Strohmeyer david & beth grimm pete & betty paul mr. & mrs. Jeffrey w. grossman maria putter iris groten pablo & melanie reyna tish hall alyce & terry richardson John & Stephanie hanson ms. roxanne rix mr. robert l. hardgrave harriet rutland valerie r. bowles & mrs. harriet rutland Steven c. harding peggy & Steve ryder mike & theresa harkins eddie Safady dr. & mrs. John harrison Schleuse betsy & bill harrod Downloadwilliam the app: Connect: & virginia mcdermott Sally hawkins dr. norman e. Schumaker dr. & mrs. everett g. heinze, Jr. Download the app: Connect: Sharon m. Schweitzer & lee helms John h. robinson mr. & mrs. charles m. hibbetts carolyn & marc Seriff barbara & richard holland Connect: Download the app: Sander & lottie Shapiro bob & Judy belle horick

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Au sti n sym ph o ny o r c h e strA th e a n n u a l f u n d dr. & mrs. richard Shoberg lord chancellor robert Shoop family karen Sonleitner col. & mrs. John m. Squires barbara & bruce Stevenson catherine Stewart Jay & Sherrie Stewart connee & kent Sullivan pete Szilagyi & kate mckenna dr. Jane talebi John teets col. & mrs. Joseph f. trochta robert k. tuttle, Jr. michael & mary twomey ms. lesley varghese daphne & ben vaughan Jackie & Steve waldman francine webb Jacqueline m. well & william c. mansfield roger williamson eric & ann wilson Janet wright mr. & mrs. carlos zaffirini, Jr. Prélude ($400–$999) three anonymous donors ms. Susan adair anne ader horacio agueros ken & emily ashworth deeder aurongzeb tracy barba melissa bedrock Steven & Susan beebe matt & Jen benevich matt & dachiell berry robert bison charles blackwell lee & helen bland robert & karen bluethman martha & monroe bober Jim & rosalie boldin dr. cathy brigham Susan c. brister dorothy c. brown melvin bryant patricia bryant Sir robert & dame Jeana buchanan kate & tom canby christopher cannata terry capps ara carapetyan & dr. rebecca pigott

casa montessori child development center mr. & mrs. dilum chandrasoma Jonn cherico patricia cherico Scott & cheryl christians marian claman Jan collier chrysta collins Jacqueline collins Jaclyn connor curby conoley Susan g. conway & John r. howell cooley family mr. gale copeland austin community foundation – may barnes cormack fund in honor of mont kathlene & david crist John curts & yvonne ferris ms. louise daffron barbara Selden douglas ann & Jim downing mr. & mrs. claude ducloux martha Small dyess thomas edwards Sharon prentice eisenberg Jeanne ellenstein drs. kenneth & lisa ellis Jay everett ms. laura fairman Jill fatzer evie & david feltoon ms. gail a. findlay dr. & mrs. kirk fischer carol & Joe fisher, iii John & miwa flaherty william forson hank frankenberg mary nell frucella margaret furse mrs. william gaston dr. thomas w. george & ms. tanis evans dolly m. golden ms. rock goodrich courtney graeber & Jon Sprencel dr. richard gray Shelley w. gregory nancy-Jane & tom griffith mr. & dr. chris a. hale walter harrell & cheryl brownstein george & linda henderson lawrence norman herr

charlotte herzele Josh hilewitz mr. & mrs. van r. hoisington, Jr. John & gwen holcroft mr. & mrs. karl holtzman bill hopkins brandon hunt mr. & mrs. John hurst rodger hutchins mr. & mrs. richard irvin mrs. paula & parker Jameson kenny & Susie Jastrow ms. melissa Jones abby kenigsberg william J. kerley caroline & tom knutsen kelley knutson walter & marcia kuenast wendi & brian kushner mrs. louise lary daniel e. leary amanda & roy leatherberry eric leibrock kevin lienenbrugger & heather Jernigan honorable lora J. livingston & eric kennedy Jacqueline lloyd Susie locker & dorothy overbey dr. & mrs. craig lubin drs. teresa & kris lyson yingxia ma lila a. madtson lisa magenheimer ms. debbie martin Jennene & k. ray mashburn bob & loraine mayfield nancy mccoy laurence b. mccullough & linda J. Quintanilla dennis & nancy mcfadden ivy & bill mcQuiddy roberto chavez & Shana michel mrs. dan moody, Jr. mary moody dr. & mrs. h. e. morales dan morris ms. Jean mueller maureen mulrooney carole & george nalle reuel & elizabeth nash frances r. neal richard neuman ronald l. & Shirley newton niemann & heyer, llp loretta nill


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peggy o’Shaughnessy mr. & mrs. michael owen drs. linda & paul parrish Julie parsley today’s vision South towne cynthia & craig pence dorothy & Jonathan percy mike & eileen pestorius Spring builders llc carol ann pevehouse pinzon family mary ellen poole dorothy ball pope brian & lynn powell mary b. reagan michael a. regester drs. paul & virginia resta ellen & don richie rod c. roberts bob rutishauser & phyllis Schenkkan prof. & mrs. harold rutz Susan e. Salch debbie & Jim Schultz ra Seeliger & lh harrison mrs. catherine Shaver Jare & Jim a. Smith Jeani Smith & col. John w. Smith, iii barbara & bruce Stevenson Jeff Stoddard & Jack goodman rusty & mary tally mary & charles teeple cindy thoreson ben & barb truskoski Jim trust martin & elizabeth turner ralph underwood todd & liz waldman gary walker david & carol waters louise & Steven weinberg mark weiss & Janet bray mr. donald wertz whorton insurance Services o’gene & lewis williams anne & peter wood mr. dana b. young luis zamora Études ($100–$399) 17 anonymous donors Sue abold tom acklen richard & mary aldrich arturo & delma alvarez dan & claudia anderson

Jane & John carrell mr. & mrs. donald anderson amy & christopher carrier medrith appling richard carrillo mr. richard arebalo edwina p. carrington dr. tom ashbaugh James & gwen carter Jimmy doe deborah casati austin community foundation k.c. cerny & karen kerkering Jonathan & Sarah avner dr. & mrs. b. glenn chandler ms. mary bakatsa beth & John chenoweth kathy & dudley baker tom & Janell chesnut James a. (Jim) baker richard l. clay – State farm donald baldovin insurance davis & donna baldwin gretchen clement Jannis & robert baldwin, iii dr. robert & hetty clement mr. & mrs. John a. barclay, iii wanda clinton the baselice family mr. & mrs. roger d. cockreham John kolts & anna battenhouse carol cofer meade bauer marion coffee June & Jim baumoel robert & Sarah coffey peter bay & diane coleman mela Sarajane dailey cheryl & robert cook drs. Sheryl & tim beach rita ewing & Jim copeland william bednar ria corbett bridgette beinecke michael coverman mrs. kara belew John & elise crane dr. karen bell & cliff tyllick weyman & carol akkerman katherine & terry bell crawford mrs. Joe helen belle allison cuellar & Sean bradly amy & gary bennett richard daly mr. & mrs. bruce bennett mr. Jimmy davis betty bennie dorothy dawson mr. & mrs. paul h. benson, iv mr. & mrs. w.l. denson paula e. bird ms. Judy denton howard blatt olivia derr willene & allen boger robert dintzner martha boyd Sharon dockery kay & John braziel charlynn & danny doering roslyn & Sean breen ms. dianne donovan robert & harriett breihan Susan doughtie Judith brenninkmeijer mr. & mrs. venton “lee” mrs. Sue m. breuer doughtie charles & diane brewer andrew p. dove mr. & mrs. frank b. brown bennie & mary lou downing george a. brown ms. donna doyle Jay & kay brown dr. andrew drach larry brownstein Sharon duboise tarby & vivian bryant andrew & karen duffy nancy & tom buchsbaum e. generes dufour dan r. bullock & Jan & mary duggan annette carlozzi mrs. robert c. duke mr. & mrs. wayne burgess & kathleen duncan Janet & burnie burner Downloadmichael the app: Connect: roger duncan mr. & mrs. tommy burt dr. John eggleston william & linda butin Download the app: Connect: dr. Jorg & inge eichberg Jerry & barbara buttrey margaret & lester eisenbeck mrs. l. tonnett byrd raymond & Connect: anne ellison frank & bonnie cahill Download the app: Jennifer & Justin emerson Susan & bruce cardwell

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ms. Susan hasslocher frances hattin norma hawes donald heath Jan & Scott hedrick benjamin heitner beber & Judith helburn betty wallace hendrix yujin heo christa & John herrmann gene hill melanie hirschfeld mr. & mrs. david hoisington ms. Sue ann hoke Sean holcomb Jodi holland mr. & mrs. wayne hollingsworth mr. & mrs. Jamie holtzman carrie hooper russell & isabel hoverman matt & anna hullum dan hurlbut & his cat clara i live here i give here nathan f. idais Jannelle & gary imken ms. diane ingram ida Jeppesen & ken zink ann Jerome carol kay Johnson Jeff & Jennie Johnson michael & krystin Johnson dr. & mrs. keith Johnston mr. & mrs. John t. Jones, Jr. mr. & mrs. richard Jones daniel & francis Julien frank & virginia kammerdiener ms. lori keller phil & karen kelton george kennebeck albert d. kennedy karen keough, m.d. mary m. kevorkian mr. knox key hootan h. khatami frances l. kiefer daniel e. & karen h. kolar ms. helena kopecky rochelle & dan kraus dr. charles w. & ellen b. kreitler mr. robert kugle dr. & mrs. craig c. kuglen mr. & mrs. John kyger leone lain duane & Sharon lakings mr. & mrs. gary landry l. langowski

drs. william f. & lou ann k. lasher Steven lawrence carol lazaarus dr. & mrs. c.S. lee ronald lesky gloria Sue downe & reuben leslie melanie lewis luis lidsky mei mei lin charlotte wood lipscomb reid long robert lopez & harriett kirsh pozen dr. mike macleod ren & flo macnary Jane-elizabeth madison & Judd rogers michael mhaffey richard n. maier dr. rama makkena dr. & mrs. c. bruce malone, iii kathleen manatt edward & madeleine manigold ms. J. fotini margos design positive aaron massey Sylvia mayer rafael a. mazza amy & Jason mccampbell kathryn mccartney william h. mcdougald ms. ann mciver ms. robin mckeever dr. Sherry leila mckinney Jim & kaylynn mcnabb ted & rebecca mercado Sally & mike metschan bob & Judi mettlen charles michalik & mary Jane Jones mrs. robert g. mickey Jacobs & mikeska realtors eugenia b. miller dr. karl & Sandra miller laura miller & david broadway gail minault dr. & mrs. uri mintz barbara mitchell mr. Jerry mitchell James r. moffett Jane montgomery maxine & william montgomery mr. & mrs. ben e. morgan Judy a. morris rosemary morrow


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dr. John mueller & widad mueller marianne mulrey felix & lori munson regina munson mary ann & bob murphy Joann murphy kimberly & dave murray dr. & mrs. John murray barbara m. myers dick & nancy naylor Jeff neumann bill & kay nicholson carl noble Selwyn notelovitz Jay old annmarie olson kathye & Stan osborne bill & kerri oswald ms. nancy parkinson mrs. ann marie parsons betty l. patterson brooke paup mike & mary pauwels bob & becky pemberton katherine perez John & Sandy perkins nick ploch drs. Jacob & ruth ann plotkin david & Sara pollack charlotte & danny pounds mr. & mrs. robert powell dan prashner ed & Jan presto dr. & mrs. clift price clyde & nancy S. pringen ms. flo ann randle Sara & dick rathgeber wayne & marlette rebhorn reagan redfern mr. & mrs. forest rees, Jr. bill & Susan reid robin reimund ms. Judith e. reynolds ms. karry reynolds ronney & mary reynolds rick & pam rhodes mr. & mrs. robert m. rice william & lorraine richey lindsey rima harvey & nancy ring ceecy & george robinson Samuel, ethan, rachel & alex robinson nancy & peter roll Stanley J. roux mr. & mrs. oscar rudnick

Sondra & robert ryan dr. Julie Sanchez barbara Sandstedt mr. michael Santorelli ray & Jeanne Sasaki angela k. Schaack ms. rhonda Schleicher zachary Schroeder Julia Schuler andrew Schwartz dr. gaye lynn Scott Jeff & Sydney Searcy kim Seibert mr. & mrs. fred evans Sellers Susan Sharlot Sharplin family foundation hiram & liz Sibley alejandro Sills the Silveyra family Sandra & al Smith, Jr. ann Smith mr. & mrs. charles Smith dr. glenda f. Smith Susie & rick Smith Jill Snyder mr. curtis Sokness toni & ted Spalding the minister Sarah Spence boyd & cathy Spencer dr. mimi Spielberg irene Spindler luke Stamm mr. & mrs. nicolas Starche ms. mary Jane Steele ron & Jo ann Joy Stehle c. lawrence & carol Steiger ms. terry Stevens Jeffrey Stewart Suzanne Stewart beverly Stimson mark Stoetzer cindy & gerald Stone virginia Stotts laramie Stroud Joanne & roger Sullivan Sara & arthur Sundstrom mr. & mrs. mark Szygenda Joel & debbie tendler mr. lorry tenenbaum & mrs. Susan levee hilliard terry lela Jane tinstman ms. Stephanie todd irene l. travis rita tsai mr. charles tucker

mr. & mrs. calvin turner peggy & don ugent eric van ginkel emily vandermeer bill vandersteel martha mcadams vertrees magdalena vial christopher vick deborah voorhees mr. & mrs. John h. voss mary walcutt michael walters mr. & mrs. James e. ward mr. george h warriner mr. carlton m. washburn wednesday morning music club emily & Jon wehring gary wehrman adrienne weis gerri & Jim west robert wheeler leon & kay whitney nancy wilson mr. w. roger wilson ms. roselyn witherspoon roger & ann wolf carolyn h. womack carol wood ms. Sallie wood lucia & paul woodruff mr. doak m. worley iv charles wortz Sherry wynn & Jacob morrison ted yanecek & dale herron patricia yingst dr. John & mrs. gay John youngblood alicia zander & adolfo valadez

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

“Money well spent.” PAPI is the one print ad that never changes for Elite 25. Since I’ve been involved with Elite 25, our program advertisement has been money well spent and we will continue to support Chip & his team for years to come. Tony Trungale Managing Director of Elite 25 Austin

PAPI customer since 2013 INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING IN THE PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS? Contact Chip Becker at 512.371.4146 / chip@papiaustin.com


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Cathie Richard Call a Real Estate Professional with Great Follow-Through

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Real Estate Broker/Associate RE/MAX Austin Skyline “Specializing in Legendary Living for over 25 years!”


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RK AUDIOLOGY SUPPORTING AUSTIN’S ARTS AND MUSIC COMMUNITY SINCE 2011. RK Audiology

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LONG CENTER PRESENTS

RIVERDANCE

25TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW JUN 2 - 4 | 7:30PM | DELL HALL THELONGCENTER.ORG

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LESS TIME PARKING YOUR CAR MEANS MORE TIME ENJOYING THE VIEW Receive these beneets & more: Discounts on tickets Valet parking Skip the bar line Exclusive Meet & Greets

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Both center stage and behind the scenes, through service and community involvement, I constantly strive to support local, advocate for the arts and grow along with my city. Matthew Redden Broker Associate | CLHMS matthew.redden@compass.com 512.865.1611 reddenrealtor.com

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Established to build a community of leaders that will further elevate a sustainable creative culture in Austin.

MEMBER BENEFITS $5000 SUPPORTER

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Access to BAC quarterly networking receptions for four (4) guests

All benefits of a BAC membership as well as:

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Access to Long Center Members Lounge*

Artist Meet and Greets*

Access to private box seating for eight (8) guests with champagne toast*

Company Presenter status of BAC for the fiscal year

Annual cocktail happy hour with Long Center President & CEO

Room rental discounts and perks**

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Life on the Lake. As a Lake Austin resident for over 20 years, and more than a decade of experience in luxury real estate, my expertise and resources are perfectly suited to help you buy or sell on the lake.

Broker Associate 512.799.7427 Beth Carter is a real estate agent affiliated with Compass. Compass is a licensed real estate broker and abides by federal, state and local laws. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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All great performances start with the printed word... we use the press to give it life. Like all of you perfecting the craft everyday, we love what we do and we do what we love.

800.789.2695 4001 Caven Rd, Austin, TX 78744

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Enthusiastic. Client-Centric. Authentic. Contact me to help you find your place in Austin!

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2 0 1 9 -2 0 2 0 s ea s o n • Pa RT I The Guess Who

12.6

david archuleTa

12.7

ToWer of poWer

12.12 & 12.13

albriGhT family chrisTmas

12.14

The mike sTern/Jeff lorber fusion feaTurinG Jimmy haslip & dave Weckl

12.15

norman broWn's Joyous chrisTmas W/ bobby caldWell & marion meadoWs

12.20

kim WaTers

12.29

sTanley clarke band

1.10.20

dar Williams

1.17.20

Tuck & paTTi

1.19.20

The kinGsTon Trio

2.1.20

savoy broWn

2.6.20

bJ Thomas

2.9.20

GeorGe WinsTon

2.18 & 2.19

mary Wilson of The supremes

2.21.20

Wishbone ash

2.23.20

The sTeeldrivers

2.26.20

eliza Gilkyson & carrie rodriGuez las hiJas de cancion

3.1.20

aTlanTa rhyThm secTion

3.8.20

alberT cumminGs

3.26.20

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2 0 1 9 -2 0 2 0 s ea s o n • Pa RT I I ricky skaGGs

3.27.20

sTrunz & farah

4.2.20

cécile mclorin salvanT

4.5.20

The Weepies

4.7.20

vicTor WooTen

4.10.20

arTuro sandoval

4.17.20

Jane monheiT

4.19.20

The Waifs

4.22.20

crash TesT dummies

4.24.20

anna nalick

4.28.20

suzy boGGuss

5.3.20

california GuiTar Trio

5.7.20

nick fradiani

5.12.20

felix cavaliere’s rascals

5.16.20

brubeck broThers celebraTe dave's cenTennial

5.17.20

maysa

5.23.20

firefall

6.7.20

monTe monTGomery

6.11.20

bob schneider & miTch WaTkins

8.15.20

larry carlTon

8.28.20

sTanley Jordan

8.30.20

spyro Gyra

9.4.20

1964 The TribuTe

9.11.20

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Performing Arts Programs, Inc. -PAPI

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